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tepid

adjective
 
 
/ˈtepɪd/
not very good or strong: The market's tepid finish was partly due to fourth-quarter earnings falling short of Wall Street's expectations. They are struggling to boost profits amid tepid sales. His solo work has been met with a tepid response.
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